Dianne DiNapoli Einstein

Dianne DiNapoli Einstein


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Professional Experience

Dianne DiNapoli Einstein was born in Wheeling, West Virginia, and was raised in Rayland, Ohio.

In 1996, Dianne graduated cum laude from the University of Dayton School of Law, and she was editor of the law review. She then worked for a law firm in Huntington, West Virginia, in general litigation where she gained valuable courtroom experience. After litigating a variety of cases, Dianne learned that she enjoyed employment and family law cases the most. So, when she moved to Columbus in 1999, she started concentrating her practice in those two areas of the law.

Dianne is an experienced employment lawyer who represents clients in the Central Ohio area.  During her career, Dianne has handled a variety of interesting and unique cases, including race discrimination, age discrimination, disability discrimination, pregnancy and gender discrimination, retaliation, sexual harassment, divorces, dissolutions, collaborative divorces, same sex custody cases and adoptions.

Dianne is an experienced Columbus and Westerville divorce attorney and a member of the Columbus Bar Association, West Virginia Bar Association (inactive), Ohio State Bar Association and Ohio Employment Lawyers’ Association.  She has also received extensive training in Collaborative divorce, mediation and is a member Central Ohio Academy of Collaborative Divorce Professionals.  Additionally, she has been voted by her peers as a Rising Star and a Super Lawyer every year since 2008. She has also received the prestigious rating of AV from Martindale Hubbell, and she was named a Lawyer of Distinction in Family and Divorce Law in 2018. Dianne is married to John Einstein, who serves as “Of Counsel” at Einstein & Gibson. They have one son, and they reside in Blacklick, Ohio.

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